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DUAL Poetry Podcast

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DUAL Poetry Podcast

The Poetry Translation Centre

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The Poetry Translation Centre is dedicated to translating contemporary poetry from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Each week we bring you a new poem podcast from one of the world's greatest living poets, in both the original language and in English translation. To find out more about our work, please visit www.poetrytranslation.org. The Poetry Translation Centre is funded by Arts Council England.
 
Host Sèon Nanton (Sèon The-Poet) explores the world of contemporary poetry in its wonder, complexity and diversity. With readings from poets, interviews with these and other poets, editors and even musicians. Conversations are always open, honest, inspirational and fun when the poetry talks.
 
When Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort founded MPT in 1965 they had two principal ambitions: to get poetry out from behind the Iron Curtain into a wider circulation in English and to benefit writers and the reading public in Britain and America by confronting them with good work from abroad. They published poetry that dealt truthfully with the real contemporary world. For more than 50 years MPT has continued and widened that founding intent.
 
The mission of Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio is to provide a live format for emerging, mid-career, and established poets to showcase their work. Whether traditional poetry or spoken word, the show offers an online vehicle for artists to engage in critical dialogue and discussion about poetry. If you would like to be a guest on QL: POR, please contact the host Dr. Michael Anthony Ingram at maingram@gmx.com. Dr. Ingram is a retired university professor and social change activis ...
 
Join Nancy around the campfire to hear authentic western music and cowboy poetry. Something deep in your soul will resonate to stories from the early wranglers, Mexican vaqueros, old West adventurers, Silver Screen buckaroos, contemporary real cowboys, and all who appreciate wide open spaces, freedom, and the western lifestyle.
 
Stories about how literature sounds. SpokenWeb is a monthly podcast that shares stories from the audio archives of Canadian literary history. Drawing on Canadian literary archival recordings from across Canada, episodes are snapshots of Canadian literary history and contemporary responses to it, including interviews, panel discussions, lectures, readings, and audio essays.
 
Reviews of novels, poetry, non-fiction & graphic novels with a distinctly geek-driven Canadian focus. The vocal version of MacroMicroCosm Literary & Art Journal (ISSN 2368-979/X) features articles and reviews, discussions, author interviews and the philosophy of literature.We tend to highlight sci-fi, spec fic & magic realism, and love poetry for its' experimentalism and edge.
 
Presentations of Poems, Stories, and Arcana – Exploring weird fiction, war, lore, fantasy, horror, literary theory, history, philosophy, mythology, science fiction, esoterica, and exotica in search of Truth, Meaning, Meaninglessness, Beauty, and the Unexplainable. Featuring Bierce, Burns, Lovecraft, Dunsany, Millay, Shakespeare, Whitman, Owen, Andreyev, Wikipedia, The SCP Foundation, contemporary writers, original pieces, and more. Divine the darkness.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 17 recordings of Two Musicians by Sarah Orne Jewett. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for January 16, 2011.She published her first important story in the Atlantic Monthly at age 19, and her reputation grew throughout the 1870s and 1880s. Her literary importance arises from her careful, if subdued, vignettes of country life that reflect a contemporary interest in local color rather than plot. Jewett possessed a keen descriptive gift that William Dean Howel ...
 
The Red Transmissions podcast aims to document the work, behind-the-scenes moments and creative process of the incredibly interesting characters in our network, be it in Copenhagen, New York, or around the world where our correspondents find themselves or our poetic adventures take us. Find out why artists do what they do, how they do it, and hear about the inner workings of their projects. Contemporary happenings and conversations on culture, music, art, film, poetry and independent project ...
 
For decades, professional wrestling has elicited the full range of emotions from arenas full of fans and home viewers. Drawing from Chris’s background as a university professor of poetry, Dave’s encyclopedic knowledge of more than 40 years of wrestling, and Noell’s extensive work with dance production and choreography, each episode will focus on how wrestling moves us through performance. Whether you’re swaddled in the nostalgia of old-school rasslin’ or an avid fan of contemporary performan ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 19 recordings of Dying Speech of an Old Philosopher by Walter Savage Landor. This was the Weekly Poetry project for August 1, 2011.Walter Savage Landor was an English writer and poet. His best known works were the prose Imaginary Conversations, and the poem Rose Aylmer, but the critical acclaim he received from contemporary poets and reviewers was not matched by public popularity. As remarkable as his work was, it was equaled by his rumbustious character and liv ...
 
A reproduction of shows featuring legendary folk singer Bruce Utah Phillips. A collage of rants, poetry, tales and reminiscences mixed with little known music and talk from over 1,000 tapes of everything under the sun, from tramping and labor (historic and contemporary) to baseball and old friends...from unreleased Lord Buckley to animals, children, tall tales, Paul Robeson, and most of what you need to know about life on the open road...and always music.
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of To Celia by Ben Jonson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 6th, 2011.Benjamin Jonson was an English Renaissance dramatist, poet and actor. A contemporary of William Shakespeare, he is best known for his satirical plays, particularly Volpone, The Alchemist, and Bartholomew Fair, which are considered his best, and his lyric poems. A man of vast reading and a seemingly insatiable appetite for controversy, Jonson had an unparalleled breadt ...
 
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Poets at Work

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Poets at Work

Claremont Graduate University

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How does poetry inspire, challenge, and sustain us? Poets at Work explores topics relevant to contemporary poetry, both in the academy and the wider literary community. Tune in for behind-the-scenes insight into how the work of poetry extends beyond what we encounter on the published page.
 
Poetry Aloud features a different contemporary poet every episode. I read two poems from their published collection: one that is the poet's favorite and one that is my favorite. After each poem, I provide some insight on how both the poet and myself choose this poem and why they spoke to us so deeply. At the end of the podcast, I read one of my own published poems.
 
In his monthly poetry podcast, Radio Free Albion, Tony Trigilio interviews poets about their recently released or forthcoming books. Always informal, each interview is a conversation--two poets talking about the work and play of the creative process and showcasing some of the most innovative new work in contemporary poetry.
 
Matt Waters is a singer-songwriter from New York City. His songs range from character studies of the contemporary American to intimate explorations of love. A writer of fiction, he attempts to meld the musical and literary realms through detailed lyricism. He has been particularly inspired by the likes of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Billy Corgan, Mike Scott, Isaac Brock, David Bowie, Tupac Shakur, Elliott Smith, Patti Smith, Nicole Atkins, Damien Rice and Bruce Springsteen. As a guitar player ...
 
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Prolesound

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Prolesound

Mathilda Cullen

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"Pennsound for the People" — roy An archive/podcast of contemporary leftist poetry and poetics. This project is like pennsound but for any poet, come and read your poems your entire chapbook your essays your shopping lists.
 
Break The Line is a monthly podcast where artists engage with contemporary poetry. The catch: the guests aren't poets. Poet-host Rebecca Farivar ("Correct Animal," "American Lit") chats with actors, comedians, memoirists, and more about themes in poetry related to their own field.
 
Whispers from the Unseen is dedicated to finding, sharing, exploring and expressing those aspects of the world that should not be found, shared, explored, or expressed in the first place. How do you see a whisper? How do you speak what cannot be seen? There is a world inside of a neuron that lives inside of a memory that imagines another world. Some of us would like to go there. Others go there every day. Ultimately, this site is dedicated to art: the spirit of responding to the unknown and ...
 
With most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing ...
 
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This week we take a look a the ebb and flow of progress made in 2021 towards better water quality for Florida. Nyla Pipes devotes countless hours to researching the issues and projects impacting Florida's waterways. In this episode, she provides a bird's eye view of where we stand at year end and lays it out in plain language that anyone can follow…
 
During his 40-year career, Edward Burtynsky has photographed the planet's changing landscape, everything from large-scale mining operations in Sudbury to plastic landfills in Nairobi. The renowned photographer recently delivered a virtual talk for the Ontario Heritage Trust and spoke with IDEAS host Nahlah Ayed about what he's seen, where he's been…
 
Episode 15 The Lilies by Mona Arshi Mona Arshi reads ‘The Lilies’ and discusses the poem with Mark McGuinness. https://media.blubrry.com/amouthfulofair/content.blubrry.com/amouthfulofair/15_The_Lilies_by_Mona_Arshi.mp3 This poem is from: Dear Big Gods by Mona Arshi Available from: Dear Big Gods is available from: The publisher: Pavilion Poetry, Liv…
 
Heather Corbally Bryant teaches in Writing Program at Wellesley College. She has published an academic book on Elizabeth Bowen, as well as ten books of poetry, the eleventh forthcoming. She is at work on a memoir entitled, Don't Quit Before the Miracle. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Photo credit to Richard Howard…
 
PhD student Mariah Cooper dusted off 800-year-old court documents from medieval England to find that convictions for sexual assault from that period are on par with convictions for sexual assault today. Her thesis demonstrates remarkably consistent representations of survivors of sexual assault dating from the Middle Ages right to the 21st century.…
 
Abhishek Singh is an Independent filmmaker from India who is currently a MA (Film Studies) student at ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary. Recently, he shot his first Hungarian short film with the support of the National Film Institute Hungary. In the year 2020, he also directed and produced a feature-length film in India. During his stay in Hungary…
 
Forced Migration: Bison stories and what they can tell settlers about a past, present, and future on stolen land As uninvited guests on Indigenous land, we are continually told that national parks, and our conservation system in general, are a benevolent inheritance from our settler ancestors. The creators of parks and conservation societies crafte…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of starting off our four part Poetical series in honor of the launch of Poetical: Volume 1 an anthology of poems created by four extremely talented poets who who bring flavor, authenticity and style to the art of storytelling through poetry. Come and join the conversation with our first guest in the series: Leah …
 
Here's the "Freshly Baked" episode of Cowboy Tracks (Rebroadcast) and its playlist: Song Title Artist Album Virginia Cowgirls Olivia Morgayne Friends Become Family State of Mind Greg Hager State of Mind Partners A.K. Moss The Truth I'm Just a Cowboy Miss Devon & the Outlaw Plains, Trains and AlsoBobWills Guitars to Saddles Trinity Seely Camp to Cam…
 
Catfish McDaris has been active in the small press world for 25 years. He shot howitzers 3 years in the army and used to fish and hunt as a boy in New Mexico. Sometimes he goes down to Lake Michigan and feeds seagulls and dreams of mountain horses. He’s working in a wig shop in a high crime area of Milwaukee. Catfish McDaris’ 25 years of published …
 
In 1929, a disagreement over the meaning of "nothing" exposed deep divisions in Western philosophy and erupted into a debate over whether philosophy is more art or science. Poet-philosopher Martin Heidegger's lecture about nothing excited students and divided colleagues. But the empiricist Rudolf Carnap thought all this talk of the meaning of nothi…
 
How can it be that deeply religious poetry is being written by a committed socialist, literary revolutionary and modernist? How sacredness appears in working in the field? How one can pray after the “death of God”? This magical contradiction is being explored and explained in the book Abraham the Hebrew Believer: Secularism and Religion in the work…
 
Cathleen Cohen was the 2019 Poet Laureate of Montgomery County, PA. A painter and teacher, she founded the We the Poets program at ArtWell, an arts education non-profit in Philadelphia (theartwell.org). Her poems appear in journals such as Apiary, Baltimore Review, Cagibi, East Coast Ink, 6ix, North of Oxford, One Art, Passager, Philadelphia Storie…
 
It's a special episode of the Reading Wrestling podcast--our first live podcast, recorded at our launch party at Five Saints Distilling in Norristown, PA, on 11/6/2021! Our topic, Around Town, takes you on a tour of Wrestletown, the wild and zany array of extra-arena spaces where interviews happen, stories advance, and characters are forged. Perhap…
 
At the turn of the 20th Century, a teenage military cadet and budding poet began a correspondence with Rainer Maria Rilke. The young man expected some guidance and criticism from the great German poet but received something far greater: instructions on love and solitude, beauty and art, spirituality and life. Almost 100 years on, two grand dames of…
 
This episode of Cowboy Tracks is titled "In the Flow." IRebroadcast) Here's the playlist with Song Title, Artist and Album: Cow Cow Yicky Yicky Yea Lead Belly Cowboy Songs on Folkways Flow Rivers Flow The Cowboy Way Go West Full Moon Full of Love Lori Beth Brooke Texas Star Promontory Black Irish Band & Midhael Martin Murphey Lonesome Whistle Real …
 
Goodbye Forever Dream Please dream Your vivid dog dreams Chasing the prize Down the hill Securing a kill ‘Tween your teeth Days Cold daysAlone under The burnt-out Sun Undying and unwilling to Stay We can walk eternal An endless jaunt together Find a new face of earth Its never gonna be Goodbye forever But you always knew There was a chance I wouldn…
 
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